Alex Hammershaimb concentrates his practice in commercial litigation matters, including complex insurance coverage, bad faith, banking and finance law, cyber law, insurance insolvency, and corporate and regulatory relationships. Alex also has experience in cybersecurity matters, and has published an article on how cybersecurity impacts the banking and financial systems.
Prior to joining the firm, Alex was an associate at White and Williams LLP and practiced in the fields of commercial litigation and insurance subrogation. At White and Williams, Alex handled insurance coverage and bad faith matters, and helped to author insurance coverage opinions involving complex coverage issues, including professional liability, construction defect, educator’s legal liability, advertising injury/intellectual property, life insurance, bad faith litigation, and commercial contract disputes. He also assisted in litigating cases involving products liability, negligence, construction defect, fire, and fidelity losses.
During law school, Alex worked as a clerk at the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project. He also served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable James J. Fitzgerald III, senior judge of the Pennsylvania Superior Court. Alex’s other public interest experiences earned him the award of Fellow in the Rubin Public Interest Society at Temple Law School.
Alex also works with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project on pro bono matters involving the representation of wrongfully incarcerated inmates throughout Pennsylvania.
- Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- Boston University School of Law
LLM, Banking and Financial Law, 2017
- Temple University School of Law,